Host Plants of Popillia quadriguttata (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)

녹색콩풍뎅이(Popillia quadriguttata)의 기주식물

  • 이동운 (농생물학과 응용생명과학원) ;
  • 추호렬 (농생물학과 응용생명과학원) ;
  • 정재민 (임업연구원 임목육종부) ;
  • 이상명 (임업연구원 남부임업시험장) ;
  • 사공영보 (진주산업대학교 조경학과)
  • Published : 2002.03.01

Abstract

Host plants of Popillia quadriguttata (Fabricius) were investigated in golf courses, Fifteen plant species of 15 genera in 13 families were confirmed as host plants of P. quadriguttata. Thus, total number of host plants of P. quadriguttata was 26 species of 25 genera in 18 families including 11 recorded species in literature. In addition, P. quadriguttata adults fed on 30 plant species of 25 genera in 19 families out of the 69 plant species of 53 genera in 33 families supplied as food in laboratory, P. quadriguttata adults preferred Wistaria floribunda in golf courses but Tilia mandshuric, Platanus orientalis, Diospyros lotus, Punica granatum and Chionanthus retusa in laboratory.

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